Little Ronnie LUKE 1977 60s Mod Micro Dot Shirt

Luke 1977
£69.99 £35.00

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Luke 1977 'little ronnie' micro dot shirt. An Awesome print shirt from Luke 1977, emblazoned with a Stunning Micro Polka dot print, a Cool Mod Look With a twist. Fab Retro Short button down collar and chest pocket give this shirt a smart casual vibe that takes away none of its brilliant Retro credentials. Narrow placket with tonal buttons create a simple stylish aesthetic. Metallic Lion emblem to pocket finishes off this classic Piece of 60s summer wear.

- Luke 1977 'little ronnie' micro dot S/S shirt.
- Short Mod Collar
- Soft Cotton construction.
- All over micro polka dot pattern in White.
- Short sleeve
- Metallic Lion emblem to chest pocket.
-Colour: Navy
- SKU: M370890

Composition: 100% cotton

Care: Machine wash. Please refer to garment care label.

Approximate sizing as follows:

Small - 36" - 38"
Medium - 38" - 40"
Large - 40" - 42"
Extra Large - 42" - 44"
XXL - 44" - 46"

Product ID: 24183




BRAND BIO

LUKE 1977 is a contemporary menswear fashion brand that is quintessentially British in design. It was created by Luke Roper, who cut his teeth in the fashion world against a rugged West Midlands backdrop, initially making shirts for his friends. LUKE is an inimitable, unique blend of heritage styling and contemporary design that caters for the working class hero, the modern day lad and the refined gentleman. The LUKE 1977 range prides itself on practicality and style, with a range of jackets, shirts, T-shirts and denim that are not over-designed, but use innovative fabrics, utilitarian features and distinctive cuts, which are the cornerstone of the LUKE brand. LUKE 1977 have created a men's lifestyle collection that offers something for everyone, be it the outdoorsman, the office worker, the night owl or the football terrace and casuals connoisseur.

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